Chicago web development to enable the enterprise to innovate. Our cross-functional practice of product managers, UX designers, engineers, devops, and QAs accelerates web applications to market for our clients that are frustrated with mediocrity and value results over activity.
With an engineering team in the hundreds we are able to leverage current and emerging technologies to help our clients build innovative websites and digital products. We leverage Agile to drive transparent operations both inside our partner organization as well as ship product to market quickly.
Prototype driven innovation
We use lean requirements to capture business needs and iterate over an interactive prototype. The prototype is further validated with stakeholders, users, and customers to further advance alignment, measure value and define roadmap. Rapid prototyping is extremely useful to kickstart new strategic initiatives when detailed documentation simply does not cut it.
User experience, engineering, and product management
We design and build websites using a cross-functional approach where the expertise of our UX, engineering, and product management practices is blended to produce applications that are not only robust but also intuitive for the users.
Responsive web design
RWD is one of many solutions for solving multi-device requirements for websites and web applications. We will work with your team to understand the usage patterns and device landscape based on user personas, both internal and external.
Our solutions include native development, cross-platform implementations using industry leading toolkits (React Native, Xamarin, Worklight, Cordova), as well as full stack implementation of digital products that span the web, service-based architecture, and mobile endpoints.
As an organization, and the process we use. Lean requirements is an innovative, iterative approach for engaging stakeholders and collecting requirements. At a fraction of the time.
The only way to successfully design and build complex applications. An iterative approach that enables stakeholders and customers to interact with what is being built. Every two weeks.
Two parallel tracks throughout the project. First track - discovery and design. Second track - implementation. Concurrently helping the team deliver exactly what the customer needs.